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The use of a 96-well electrochemical plate for the fast and sensitive detection of deoxynivalenol and nivalenol in wheat samples is shown. Deoxynivalenol and nivalenol are hydrolysed using a microwave hydrolysis procedure (2 min) which leads to the production of electroactive compounds that can be sensitively detected by the use of cheap screen-printed electrodes. A procedure of extraction with aqueous acetonitrile and a clean-up step was demonstrated to be suitable for the application withdoi:10.3920/wmj2008.1133 fatcat:n34eucxvgnephlswx5vukrf744